My work exhibited in Photoville

How fast it happened! I can't believe Photoville is over.
This year, Photoville in Brooklyn Bridge Park, was a great success and our work was seen by more than 76,000 people. This is huge!

This year Photoville featured over 400 artists from all over the world in exhibitions and installations inside and out of our containers. In my case, it was outside with my "Emergi-Cube".
I discovered many new photographers, I participated in hosted discussions about photography, business and marketing.  I had the pleasure to taste the most amazing handmade french fries at the Beer Garden. Which was also the place for the feature presentation from Getty Images, The New York Times, National Geographic, PBS’ POV...

With no further due, here's a selection of photos from my time at Photoville.

Photo provided by Photoville.

I have to admit that hearing people's comments about "these creepy cats" was pretty hilarious!

Photography by Jannet Beckman.

Stella Kramer (curator at Photoville) and I in front of my cube.

Photo provided by Photoville.


And for the curious ones, here are some photos about how I built my installation.

My art arrived well!

Time to wrap the vinyl on the plywood.

Cutting the plywood to place the vinyls.

Cutting the plywood to place the vinyls.

Yeah! Work done!

A total of 4 panels. One panel per each face of the cube.

Time to built the cube.

And this is how you get out from a cube.

Click here to see the rest of exhibitions.